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Dravid and Smith feel that Fielding team will have advantage in cricket world cup 2015

Former Indian player Rahul Dravid and former South African captain Graeme Smith feels that fielding team will have advantage in cricket world cup 2015 than 2011 cricket world cup. Australia have very long grounds and difficult to hit over ropes and they will have advantage in power play overs which is more useful for batsmen to score runs. He also said that spinners will play a key role in the upcoming cricket world cup 2015 if pitches tend to behave same as in India- Australia test series. Captains should tactically approach the last power play which is normally taken at 35-40 overs and admitted that it should be taken at the right time. Dravid also feels that giving many runs is one of reasons to drop Nathan Lyon from cricket world cup 2015 and Australia selectors may felt that Doherty will bowl economically.


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